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degrees. right on track for this time of year what we would expect for the average high. 8:00 with dry air.
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quickly. we'll be around 71 degrees at 8:00 this evening so if you're heading out for dinner, you probably want to grab a lighter jacket. car wash forecast looking good. tracking dry weather for days. i'll have more on what you can expect over the weekend coming up at 11:25. developing right now, they're searching for survivors from the quake in japan. it's led to one amazing rescue. this 8-month-old safely pulled out of a house that collapsed. nine people have died in collapses like this one. hundreds of people were also heard. you can see this is just a fraction of the damage. the country's still dealing with afterschocks right now and lots of people don't have water or power either. zoo. i'm melissa mollet. the attacks were foiled by a police raid last year. 13 others are beinged
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most of them will be fighting in civil war. one of the men being accused of being the leader is accused of murder and making bombs. under the belgian law he's not required to enter a plea. the trial has been set for next month on may 9. >> thanks, melissa. some new developments over the attacks in brussels at the airport and subway station. the transportation minister resigned today. she was accused of ignoring a report that said there were issues at the airport with issues a year before the isis attack happened. the brussels airport is slowly getting back to normal. today american airlines is sending its first flight there since the attack. hundreds are marching today in support of d.c.'s statehood. they're marched up pennsylvania avenue. it commemorates
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freeing of slaves. many advocates argue they pay federal taxes but lack a vote in congress. i want to show you a live look at the national cathedral where the second phase of the work kicks off today. a giant crane took stones off to prepare it for new pinnacles. the new phase is expected to take a decade and it will cost $20 million. the cathedral faced damage after it was struck by an earthquake in 2011. the washington convention center is going to be packed with all kinds of neat gadgets and experiments this weekend. it's the science and engineering festival. molette green is live at the convention center and has a preview for us. good morning. >> reporter: barbara, i'm surrounded by some cool kids and some cool robots in the vast wo
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that robot there can say hi, good morning, can give you a high five. and then over the shoulder there, there's a giant robot with hands that move just like human hands and can perform tasks that you would see in an assembly line and a whole lot more. this is all part of sneak peek day, a whole weekend of activities and fun and learning and space exploration. so joining us is the festival organizer mark schulman. mark, this is incredible what these young people can learn about science, technology and engineering. it's just fantastic. >> we're sitting here in the lockheed martin booth. just in this booth you can learn about arrow spaerospace and rob. you can see all the stuff they've got going on over there. chevron's upstairs and nasa and spacex and all these great organizations. nowhere in america und o
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roof can you see this many disciplines and it's all for kids and it's all free. >> reporter: saturday and sunday, that's when it's open to the general public. how cool is that. i don't know if you can see it but there's technology that allows you to have super human strepgts here. it's designed to allow you to lift heavy tools as if they are weightless. and then, again, we can't miss out on saying our meteorologists will be here wi. storm team 4 x 4 is here. they'll be here all weekendancing your questions. part of our campaign and commitment to work for you in the community. that's it for now from the washington convention center with tons and tons of kids from military families to school groups here for the sneak peek day. but, again, check out of website to get all the details of what's happening on saturday and sunday. >> it is certainly a popular event. thank you, molette. a little later on
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shark tracker in the studio. how he's making great whites famous on social media. that's coming up at 11:45 this morning. >> congressional networks will learn more about the zika virus from a leading mont ining mosqu. he'll brief them at the environmental caucus that starts at noon today. >> some of you getting ready for sunday. the redskins' schedule is out. here are the highlights, sunday, october 2nd, the skins will play rg on the new team. they'll be in dallas on thanksgiving day and in december they'll be there on a monday night. you can see the whole schedule on the nbc washington app. >> and don't forget, they're playing in london in october. a lot of people already looking forward to that. >> that's right. >> it's still five m
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coming up, she rocks the stage on nbc's "the voice." and in a few minutes we'll be talking to her right here in our studio. where you can capture lindsey. >> reporter: large stones are being lowered from the national cathedral down. it's all part of a new phase kathleen matthews: in the race for congress, i don't believe that big money can buy votes --
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and i won't claim to have single handily passed just about every bill in annapolis. we can't settle for the same old politics, not when our basic rights are being threatened by trump and cruz. i'll stand up to their bigotry and be a passionate voice for maryland women and families. in tv and in business, i built relationships. as a woman in the house, i'll do the same to get things done. i'm kathleen mathews and i approve this message.
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it happened in an instant and it has now led to years of repair for a popular landmark. "news4's" megan mgrath joins us where the second phase of repairs are getting under way. megan, you're down on the ground today. >> reporter: that's right, barbara. yesterday we were up on that scaffolding you see behind me here high above the roof of the national cathedral taking a look at some of those damaged pinnacles, pinnacles that were damaged in that earthquake that happened back in 2011. today, though, they're moving on to a different phase, and they've actually begun the work here and it it involves that large crane you see behind me. just a little while ago they started that process of lowering the damaged pinnacles, getting them down off of the north tower. take a look at the video. this is one of the pieces being
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a half ago. a very, very difficult job. these stones are extremely heavy. anywhere from 400 pounds to nearly 3,000 pounds. that's why they had to bring in this large crane. many of them were damaged. they're wiggling. they're loose, they're a danger as a result of the damage done to that cathedral in that quake and so they had to do the repairs. we're told it's going to take ten years to do. that's because it's a very labor intensive process. a lot of the work needs to be done by hand. >> hand krafted building. it's all stone built on stone and you can't buy these pieces off a shelf at home depot. they're hand carved and hand put in place and they're at seriously heavy high heights. so it's not something you can lift off and put in a back pack and carry down a scaffold. we need big equipment with trained crewed that know what to
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it all finished by june. this is just one part of an overall project here. they have about $22 million worth of repairs to the outside of the cathedral yet to be done. they've got enough to do this little piece on the north tower, so they don't have the rest of the money. they need fund-raisers to come forward. folks with the money with donations to make the rest of the work happen so they can get the cathedral back to where it was before the earthquake. a lot of work ahead. if you're in the area over the next couple of hours, you can take look. perhaps we'll see that crane once again start to lower this large and very beautiful carved stones. back to you all in the studio. i'm melissa mollet at the live desk. right now general motors is recalling more than a million cars. we're talk about the chevy silv silverado and the gmc.
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seatbelts to the truck can wear and then separate over time. now, if that happens the belts could become loose. the company says it found the problem by analyzing warranty data. gm says there have not been any reports of crashes or injuries. erika? >> thank you so very much. today marks three years since the boston bombing. there will be a moment of silence just before 300 this afternoon and bells will ring throughout the city. earlier this morning leaders laid a wreath in honor of the three who were killed and the 260 others who were hurt near the finish line. the mayor has labored it "one boston day." bells will ring tomorrow to mark the nine years since the va tech shooting. flags will be flown at half-staff at all local, state, and federal
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will be a blood drive to remember the victims at the virginia tech center. happening today, federal prosecutors are expected to release new information on a so-called shay dough investigation that loomed over vincent gray. businessman jeffrey thompson pled guilty to being the mastermind behind the campaign back in 2010. in 2014 thompson said gray new about it. the case was closed with no charges filed against gray last december. >> as far as i was concerned, that investigation was closed on december 9 of 2015 and that's exactly where i'll leave it at this point. >> gray is now running for ward seven for the council seat of that ward. democratic candidate bernie sanders is in rome right now. we just received this new video of him talking at vatican city. he was
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socioeconomic and environmental issues. >> while senators traveled yoifr seas, others have traveled to new york. its focus is on the primary on tuesday. tracie potts has more on the new clashes and fund-raisers. >> you didn'tan answer the question. >> yes, did. >> reporter: and so it went. they clashed over sanders backing gun makers. >> what about the greed and recklessness of the gun manufacturers and searls in america. >> i've got a d-minus voting record from nra. >> reporter: and clinton on the big banks. >> i called them out on their mortgage behavior. >> secretary clinton called them out. oh, my goodness, they must have been really crushed by that. >> our nbc wall street marist poll before the debate shows
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just since monday. she's now up 17 points. meantime all three republicans showed up at a new york fund-raiser. despite protests, donald trump is embracing his home state. >> what are new york values, number one, honesty and straight talk. >> reporter: ted cruz and john kasich both ended up on late night shows. here's kasich on voters supporting trump. >> they do like me. it's just they went to the -- >> today, kasich, cruz, and trump, all three are campaigning in upstate new york. tracie potts, nbc news, washington. ♪ amazing grace how sweet the sound ♪ >> amazing, right?
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you may remember her. she's in washington this weekend for the big cherry blossom parade and she joins us now with what she's up to. thanks for joining us. >> thanks for having me. >> absolutely. you've billionaire pretty busy. tell us what you've been up to since "the voice." >> it's been awesome. it opened up a lot of doors. i've been touring and opened up my cosmetic line. it's been a great experience. >> an incredible platform. i have to ask. do you still watch and if so who are you rooting for? >> i still watch. i had friends that got voted off last night but my friend adam wakefield is on there and mary sara. they're all nashville people. it's exciting to watch them and it's nice to know what they're going through. >> it's got to be a different perspective being on this side of the camera. >> it is.
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>> tell us about your plans? >> it's awesome. i'm going to be on the cherry blossom festival tomorrow. i'ming on the spring is alive float. it feels so good. it feels good. it's a great day for weather. yeah, i'm excited. i'm going to be forming a song i wrote called "this side of heaven." yeah. it's going to be awesome. >> we look forward to seeing you. thanks for joining us. meg meghan linsey. thank you. >> thank you. coming up, meet the local athletes. but first you'll meet the newest washington capitals fan. what's ne
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the capitals have their advantage in the first playoff series. no one's getting excited just yet. >> good morning, everyone. if you're capitals fan, after two years, the capitals now lead their series with philadelphia, one game to nothing. john carlson's slapshot gave them a 1-0
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period and jay beagle added another goal and braden holtby earned his third career shutout. a 1-0 lead in this best of several series. players pleased, not yet celebrating. >> you know, it's only game one. we've got a long ways ahead of ourselves. you know, obviously it's good that we won, but, you know, come back down to earth and get ready for the next one. >> it's a big goal to mount. you can't get wrapped up in one game. win or lose, you erase it right away. the less emotion you put into it that way. leave the emotion for in between whistles, the better off you are. >> reporter: game two will come your way saturday night here at the verizon center. the puck drops at 7:00. you can watch that game on comcast sportsnet. i'm jason pew. "news4" sports. >> whoever wins that series will play the penguins or new york rangers next. that's at least two weeks away. the cats are hoping they're creg
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brand-new fans during the playoff run. they're giving away gear to any infant born as long as they're playing. every baby board at med star washington center they're getting a cap and bib and aren't they the cutest brand-new fans? >> they're ready go to rock the red. congratulations to all the new moms out there. >> we even gobts a gorgeous day coming. >> spectacular. so these last two weekends we've had wind, we've had rain, we've had snow. finally we get perfect weather for the weekend. plenty of sunshine, gorgeous weather this weekend. we want to see how you're enjoying it. feel free to show us your pictures. not only the weekend but into the next. very little rain chances in the forecast. so if you have planted something in your garden,
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to water that as well. temperatures almost hot on monday. currently we're in the 50s across the region. 56 in washington. 59 in leesburg and 59 in gaithersburg. comfortably cool right now and spectacular this afternoon and evening. if you're heading outdoors or firing up the grill or kids are going to play outside w'll hit a high temperature of 64. mid 60s by 6:00 p.m. again, as the sun goes down, we'll cool off quickly. temperatures in the low 60s and mid 50s by 10:00 tonight. so if you're going to be out and about on the town, you're going want to bring along a jajt now tomorrow we continue to warm up by 2 degrees. the high temperature by 70. another comfortably cool morning. not a showing it was this morning but still you notice the chill of 7:00 a.m. by noon. a temp of 66 and 7:00 on your saturday. you can go outside and enjoy
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on sunday, a high of 72. still beautiful sunshine. monday, a high temperature around 80. i'll be taking a look ahead to next week after monday. what you can expect. talk a little more about rain chances, ladies. >> thanks, amelia. he's been working to help others since he was 4 years old. kids: he came here from rocky mount, north carolina. married 27 years. raised 6 kids. including 5 boys. he had grandpa move in with us. glenn: we loved having him as part of the family. it's what you do. kids: in congress, dad will protect president obama's legacy. he'll fight for jobs and protect
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and we should know, we're his kids. glenn: i'm glenn ivey and i approve this message. i'll take on the republicans for all of us.
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right now a deadly stabbing is under way in southeast washington. it happened in the 4400 block of livingston road. we're told a man found stabbed found at the apartment died at the hospital. police haven't identified the victim but tell us they believe this was a domestic incident. so far no charges have been filed. >> the man accused of killing a montgomery county police officer is now expected to bleplead gui. he hit him last december while the officer was working at dui patrol. he faces a maximum of ten years. and it's 11:30 right now. an absolutely gorgeous day outside. >> you can see the sunny skies and great views from some of our cameras out there. make plans to get out and about this weekend. our team of the meteorologists say it's going to be
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absolutely fabulous weekend. we're going to check in with "storm team 4" meteorologist amelia segal. she can tell us how it feels coming up shortly. >> reporter: there could be traffic tie-ups coming up. the world bairng and international monetary fund are holding a meeting this weekend. that means road closures will start at 5:30 this afternoon that affects -- those streets will stay closed until sunday at 10:00 p.m. and starting today you can comment on plans to rehabilitate the arlington memorial bridge. millions of dollars have been brought to repair the bridge. they submitted a joint application for grant money to help with those repairs. if the bridge didn't get $2
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million in funding it could be shut down. a young cancer survivor working to make a difference in his community is at the center of one of the stories trending on he's just been honored as a military child of the year. "news4's" jackie bensen has more on his aspiring accomplishments. >> reporter: this young man is in his own right a hero to the united states marine corps and a lot of other people. this 9-year-old whose dad is a marine was just 2 years old when he was diagnosed with a rare form of kidney cancer and treated at walter reed military center. by age 4 with one kidney left he was doing speaking engagements to raise money for childhood cancer. >> i've raised money of over $4,000. >> reporter: christian was one of six young people recognizeded a a military child of the year by homefront,
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organization that supports military families. each gets a certificate, laptop. >> when you talk about what we ask our servicemembers to do, we have them go out and serve this nation in a variety of places but they have a family. >> christian wants to be a marine like his dad, but whatever career he chooses will no doubt benefit from his inspiring energy. >> school and everything is on the weekday, but the cancer walk is on sunday or saturday and it's helping the homeless on sunday or saturday. >> and we're told at any given time there are 1.9 million children living with their military families on bases and other places around the world as their parents serve our country. in arlington, jackie bensen,
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it's called acrobatic gymnastics or acro for short. they perform moves and sum bling and dance set to music. you're looking at those who won the 2015. they all join us now along with their coach julie usher. thank you for being here. we're so excite and so proud of you. i've never even heard of this before. acro. how long has this sport been around? >> actuallyfully the u.s. i would say it's a little bit new in the u.s. it probably came in around the late 1970s. it's still a little bit new. >> you're the coach. how long have you been coaching this group? >> they've been together for two seasons but i've been coaching for over 15 years now. >> you just got back from china with a big win, right? >> yes. >> you're wearing your gold
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a matter of fact. how many medals have you won today. >> we won two international medals. our first was in england where we got gold and second in belgium where we gonld second and china where we got fourth. >> sophia, how did you get together? did julie put you together? >> yes, julie put us text. she said we match really well. >> unfortunately acrobatics isn't in the olympics but we hope to get in the olympics soon. >> what does it take to get in there? i guess it's almost full time. >> right. acrobatics are offered at a wide range of levels. they have been training for many, many years to reach this high quality of acrobatics. >> how many pe
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do you know? do you compete among other teams here in the washington region too? >> yes. we actually have quite a few gyms in the maryland and d.c. area. so, yeah, we have big competition that we compete against here within our region and then we compete nationally and from there if you're selected from the national team, you can make the world team and that's the best we can get within our sport right now. >> the three of you are now still in high school, right? >> middle school. >> you're 13 and 16 and 17, is that right? >> we're both 17. >> you're both 17. how long have you been doing this? >> this is my eighth year in acrobatics. >> seventh year. >> eight year. >> you've been doing it a long time and plan to continue going, huh? >> yes. >> juli, thanks so much for bringing them in. >> thanks so much for having us. >> thank you. come back again after you win your next medal. okay. back to you,
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in a few minutes with geerj to talk live with man who's making some of the most dangerous sharks in the world famous on facebook. and outside of our studios here in northwest washington, not a cloud in the sky. coming up in my forecast, we're going to talk about what you can expect in the evening hours. but sierra club chooses jamie raskin for congress they all talk about climate change. because only raskin wrote laws to reduce our carbon footprint and is leading the fight against fracking in maryland. raskin: i'm jamie raskin, and i approve this message.
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i'm eun yang. here are some of the stories. >> there's no excuse to not get outside and enjoy the weather because it's going to be beautiful and it's the start of national park week. all week long starting tomorrow all 410 of our national parks in the u.s. will have three admissions to celebrate the national parks services 100th birthday.
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>> thanks. so many beautiful ones in our area as well. kimi schmidt is back. the first season saw schmitt move to new york and land a job as nanny in a socialite. she lands her dream job but we don't want to give too much away. she has a lot of fans. >> avatar fan, listen to this. james cameron says his hit show will get not one, not two, not three but four sequels in the next ten years. that gives them a whole new meaning. he said he only envisioned two sequels to the 2009 blockbuster. avatar two will hit next christmas. the others will roll out in 2020. 2022 and 2023. i guess you can plan way ahead. back to you. >> thanks, eun. technology is
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looking for a gift for your college graduate. we look at hot gadgets. some help you entertain, some help you save up and some help you save a few dollars. >> reporter: as many college graduates move out on their own this spring amazon provides products. >> amazon's tab is a new version of the echo speaker but also control as lot of smart home devices. >> reporter: some may want to save money by being cord cutters. new streaming service gives them access without cable or satellite service. >> for 40 bucks or 50 bucks gives you a huge number of channels. it's a lot easier to navigate. >> reporter: roku has a new streaming stick that plugs into your tv. >> iltst's super fast. it's like 50
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and the laptop to get them through those online applications. >> the hp specter has the reputation of being the thinnest laptop, 10.4 millimeters thick. >> it's an alternative with a fast chip and interactive display. speaking of interaction, 'tis the season of virtual reality. >> they're both very excessive, f $00, $800, you can get something cheaper. >> providing an escape for the real world for life after college. mark barger, nbc news. well, it's finally starting to feel a little bit like spring around here. >> yeah. a lot of the graduates are glad it's getting to be spring. it means it's almost the end of four years for a lot of them out there. >> we're joined today with a look what the weekend's going to be. absolutely awesome
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weather. >> perfect weather. i was thinking when i graduated, a set of bed sheets and now people are thinking rokus and laptops. anyway, on to the weather. we'll really jump up over the next few hours. mid-50s by 2:00. a high today of 67. yesterday our official high at the airport was 64 degrees. a few degrees warmer than it was yesterday. by 5:00 in the evening, temperature around 66. 8:00 p.m., chilly. 61 degrees at that point. dining out forecast, you probably want to grab the light jacket with temperatures in the 50s and 60s. saturday and sunday night if you're planning on eating el fresco, you can plan on it upper 50s, low 60s. definitely more comfortable. monday looks to be the best with temperatures around 70 degrees during the evening hours. feeling very comfortable. some of us may even turn our ac on on monday with high temperatures around 80.
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report. trees coming in at high. grass and mold spores continue to track low. main culprit with the tree pollen is oak. on saturday, a high of 70, on sunday, a high of 72. monday, a high of 80. monday looks to be the warmest day oust it. doesn't bring us any rain but it does cool us down and we'll have a bit of a breeze on tuesday and wednesday. a high on tuesday of around 71. wednesday, a high around 70. we'll jump right back up on thursday. a high of 77. i think our next chance of rain is next friday, barbara and erika. >> you've got to love these stories. they call back to make a complaint. their problem with the service in just a few minutes. >> first a video making parents across the country cringe. a teacher smacking a student in the classroom.
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delores kelley: although we were all one maryland, our schools weren't treated the same way. narrator: with neighborhoods getting unequal funding for schools, something had to be done for our children. kelley: it didn't matter where chris was from. he knew that we couldn't leave a child having less just because they lived in a region that was poor. joanne benson: he has not just talked about it. he is going to stand tall for all children to succeed. i'm chris van hollen, and i approved this message.
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i don't believe that big money can buy votes -- not in our district. and i won't claim to have single handily passed
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we can't settle for the same old politics, not when our basic rights are being threatened by trump and cruz. i'll stand up to their bigotry and be a passionate voice for maryland women and families. in tv and in business, i built relationships. as a woman in the house, i'll do the same to get things done. i'm kathleen mathews and i approve this message. . we told you about the science and engineering festival. the largest convenient of its kind in the united states. well, chris fischer joins us. you're going to be doing a couple of stage shows at this event, right? >> yeah. we're down at the d.c. convention center at 3:00 and the following day at noon. we're going to be talking about it.
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>> kids used to be frad and now they want to understand them. >> there are all kinds of great things like our science work. kids can come down. it's free for families over the weekend and they'll be able to learn things like why did the dinosaurs go extinct and physics and baseball. >> what's the relationship between sharks and the ocean? >> they're the ocean system. they keep things in balance. >> we've got pretty famous shargs out there famous on twitter. do you know about them? >> yes, i do know about them.
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twitter followers. >> how did you learn of her? >> we tagged mary lee off cape cod. this is mary lee. she's currently off the coast of virginia she's been moving between cape cod and florida over the last several years along with lydia and katherine. it allows us to see where they're going. we're trying to find out where they're mating and where they're birthing. as our large sharks go, our ocean goes and our planet goes. >> how you do get them? how do you go in and get them to tranquilize them and tag them? >> we capture them in areas where there are a lot of seals. 's where they link. then we will bring them back to
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that everyone saw. we put the shark in, pick it up, and, again, it allows the scientists to leverage the latest science technology to track their movements and solve the puzzle of their lives. so if people want to learn about stuck like this, they need to come down to the usa science and jeers center. we'll be down there. thousands of little experiments. it's free for everybody. >> thanks so much for coming and getting us excited about what you're going to say this weekend at the stem event. member, if you're going down there, members of our storm team are going to be there with their storm team 4 x 4 that is full of science and technology. again, thank you so much for coming to see us today. >> thank you. >> a video reported by the mother of a 5-year-old being paddled by a principal in georgia is sparking outrage on social media this morning. the boy's
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principal told her if she tried to intervene, she would be suspended. the mother had been arrested previously for a truancy record and was out on bond. >> i'm going to hit your hands in a second. >> more than a million people have watched the video that was posteded on facebook. jasper county said when corporal punishment is used, it is used with parental consent. the district is investigating the incident and is looking into its discipline policies at this time. corporal policy is legal in georgia. almost half the schools allow the practice. a woman in north carolina said she was thrown out of court for breast-feeding her son. now they're protesting what they call a nurse-in outside of the court house.
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>> she said breast feegt her son is part of the routine. >> every day for 8 1/2 months i feed my bomb. she says she feeding him in public and he isn't usually covered. here's why. >> every time it becomes a play thing and them he'll get angry and he'll unlatch. >> rhoda says archer got hungry and fussy during her court hearing on april 11th. she started breast-feeding and approached the judge. >> ma'am, you need to cover up. for you not to realize that is absolutely ridiculous. step outside and cover up right now. step outside and go. >> if i was nursing i had the sweater pulled around. he was, i guess, partially covered. >> reporter: that wasn't enough for judge peter knight. >> i'm fine with you having the child if you don't have
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arrangements made. that's going to happen. but to nurse the child in a courtroom is inappropriate. step outside and button up. >> reporter: she said she because able to cover up and continue with her hearing. >>. >> it's a woman's right to nurse her child how she cease fit and even if you don't agree with it, it's her right. >> well, the judge did release a statement after the incident saying if breast-feeding accommodations were needed, those certainly would have been made. >> the woman will plan a whole day protest next week. one last check of your forecast ahead. t first those thieves buwh
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well, everybody's got something to complain about with stores they visit. how about if somebody says security is too good. >> that's what some people who robbed a california target did. they were stopped by security on their way out. they didn't like that very much. >> you know, we usually don't get cases where the person who robs the store is called back and then asks to speak to store security and complain about the fact they were stopped. >> there was a short fight until one of the thieves you see here flashes a gun at security officers who allow them to leave. well, police say they're working to track down the suspects by using the
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to get back. let's take a look at our forecast now. >> well, barbara, we have them. they were out and about on your saturday. here's what you can expect as the parade gets under way. temperatures in tupper 50s. so kind of chilly out there but it's wrapping up really nice. 66. we continue to warm. a touch warmer than today. high of 67. sunday, f 7. monday, around 80. after that we cool down. still no rain in the forecast. beautiful sunshine next thursday with a high of 77. it looks like our next chance of rain is next friday or even next weekend. right now temperatures are in the 50s and low 60s. >> all right, thanks, amelia. that's it. thanks for joining us. we're back on the air first at 4:00 in the afternoon. >>
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>> today on the meredith vieira show, we break down the emmys and trump sparks outrage when he refuses to defend obama on triter. debra messing is here. >> and transforming thousands of lives. >> oxford house means everything to me. it starts right now on meredith. [applause] ♪ makes you feel real good. ♪ feels real good. [applause] >> meredith: hi, everyone.


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